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. is there hypocrisy? >>steve: come get your gun insurance. good idea? what do you think? we're going to report and you decide. >>brian: a good lesson for anyone. why it is never a smart idea to flip off the judge. i've always thought this but other people fought me on it. wait till you see what happened to this girl because she has a bit of a temper. what a lady. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: i think the key is whether or not she flipped off the judge before or after the sentence. >>gretchen: she did it as she was walking away. >>steve: come on back. >>gretchen: he increased it because she was sassy to him. then she decided to do the bird. then he said did you just actually say blank you to me? she said yes, i did. he then said i will now increase your bail to, i think it was $30,000 -- 30 days, i mean. 30 days behind bars. >>brian: i bet we have complete details on the story. i remember in "the odd couple" felix got increased sentence because he was annoying the judge. >>gretchen: i had no heat or hot water this morning, so i could not shower. you may hold me in contempt of court today. if the
for joining us on this wednesday morning february 6th, i am pam cook. >> let's check your weather, steve is right there. >> it is cold this morning. >>> we lost the cloud cover, even lower 30s and 40s by the water's edge and tomorrow we have something interesting to talk about, upper 50s, here is sal. >>> we are looking at 237, it looks okay as you drive out towards the area, traffic is moving a long well, also the morning commute on the san mateo bridges a you drive westbound to the peninsular, let's go back to the desk. >>> we have breaking news, the u.s. postal service says they plan to stop servicing mail on saturdays beginning in august. coming up, the one part of the postal service that remains a strong point and will not have cut backs. >>> and in rural sonoma county investigators are still at the scene of a triple homicide. they found the bodies of three men, this is not far from highway 16. claudine wong is there outside the home, what are investigators saying, claudine? >> reporter: it has been a long night out here and they are still trying to get to the bottom of this. there
. >> it is much cloudier than previous days, but for now let's go to steve paulson. >> we will be talking about some really cold air coming in on friday but highs are mainly in the 50s with a few touching 60s, here is sal. >>> for the most part we have nice looking traffic all over the place, this is a nice look driving through the called cod -- called cod ton anybody -- caldecott tunnel. in just a moment we will have another update, for now let's go back to the desk. >>> the u.s. postal service says they plan to stop delivering mail on saturdays. the postal service will continue delivering packages during the week. the move is expected to start in august and it is expected to save about $2 billion a year. the official announcement will be sometime this afternoon. >>> we move to continuing coverage into a triple homicide in rural west sonoma county. claudine wong joins us with the many questions tied that grim discovery, claudine? >> reporter: out here you can see the lights of the sheriff's deputies and then the light of the home in question and as you said police have been out here all night
, february 6th, i am pam cook. >> and let's check weather and traffic, steve is right here and he said you better check where your umbrella is. >> it is noticeably colder and there is some patchy fog and after this burns off it will be the wrong graphic. >> well, he just asked me when is the last time it rained and i was going to tell him, the 23rd of january. highs today will be in the 50s, here is sal. >> traffic does look good as you drive through, it is a nice looking drive -- i think my microphone fell off -- and traffic is moving well, let's go back to the desk. >>> all right, sal, we will pick it up from there, time now 6:01, we are following a developing story this one is coming in from san jose. a man had to be rushed to the hospital after being stabbed. alex savage is outside the apartment building where this happened so what do you know and who did it, alex? >> reporter: well, dave, i can tell you i just got an update but it is unclear what sparked the violence this morning but police believe a man was stabbed by his roommate. the two of them live inside this house on the circle
that iowa republicans first choice for their open seat does remain congressman steve king. congressman steve king, seen here in this footage, demonstrating on the floor of the house how he thinks that immigrants should be electrocuted just like livestock. the announcement from karl rove's money machine a few days ago that they would try to stop candidates like steve king and paul broun from continuing to cost the republican party seats in the u.s. senate. the reaction to that announcement on the right was immediately and uniformly and vociferously hostile. how dare karl rove and his money guys try to do any such thing. and so yes, paul broun and steve king may be the prototypical examples of the kind of off the cooke end candidates that karl rove and the big money guys do not want in republican politics, because those are the kind of guys that lose senate seats that are otherwise winnable. but karl rove and his money guys kind of stand alone in that assessment. the rest of the party wants that. they want those guys. and they want it not naively. they know what they are getting. steve king an
pointers in the last year and a half. chief pilot steve robertson was attacked himself, suffering two burned corneas. >> you take the vision from a pilot, that aircraft's ability to land is greatly compromised. >> reporter: on the lookout for a light that blinds, rather than illuminates. jim avila, abc news, washington. >>> and now, we want to tell you about a great american athlete who took another tough tumble today. lindsey vonn, the comeback kid who won the big downhill race in the 2010 olympics, even though she has crashed and had to bounce back so often in her career. well, guess what? tonight, she has to do it again. this is her today, head over skis, crashing down a mountain in austria. watch it again, as we slow it down. she crumples, right there, after the landing, on her right knee and tears two ligaments. she'll need surgery. she was air-lifted away. >>> and one more headline out of the sports world tonight. the super bowl. new documents released today showed that even before the big game, superdome officials were so worried about a power outage, they replaced hundreds of
well. all lanes have just reopened at devil's slide. so that's good news. let's go to steve. >>> colder this morning. mostly clear. a few low clouds around. yesterday was coastal variety. it's colder this morning. it's going to get colder. a lot of sunshine. increasing clouds tomorrow. rain develops, not a lot. a little bit. we haven't had rain since january 23rd. we could use a lot more. there are hints, again, i'm out there on the 15-day outlook, of undercutting of the jet and emerging of the polar jet if that happens, we'll go from very try to very wet. clear skies after some of that patchy low fog deck is around. the system from yesterday, holding together, moving across four corners there. our system will be here tomorrow morning for the north bay. yesterday was 40s to 50 because of that cloud cover. today it's 30s and 40s. half moon bay, 41. santa rosa is 32. napa 33. 30s for many, many locations. a lot, lot colderthis morning. today, though, sunny, upper 50s. a little bit of a northwest direction on the breeze. coast, some of the higher elevations dealing with a bit of a breeze.
"family feud." give it up for steve harvey! steve: thank you. burns girls, made the money. how you folks doing? thank you for coming. thank you very much. appreciate it, everybody! hey, welcome to "family feud." i'm your man steve harvey, and guess what--we got another good one for you today. returning boy, for the fourth day, with a total of $21,540, straight out of dallas, georgia--never heard of it; here it is--it's the burns family. [applause] and from columbia, south carolina, home of the big dm it's the bennett family. [applause] let's go. bj, katy kate. [applause] hey, folks, here we go. we've got the top 6 answers on the board. name something a man drops when a woman suddenly says she wants him. bj. >> his jaw. steve: his jaw. [applause] katy katy. [buzzer] pass or play? >> we're going to play. we're going to play. [applause] steve: isabella, how you doing? >> i'm doing great. steve: good, good, good. >> yes, sir. i would like to say a shout-out to my husband, who is in the audience--my husband of 37 years, henry.
lived out by his gisat-grandson steve hearst. the now 80,000-acre hearst ranch is one of the largest and oldest working cattle ranches on the california coast. but when the new generation of hearsts took over, the question quickly became, how can the ranch keep thriving in the modern era? >> and it was my ranch manager cliff garrison who said, "gee, steve, it's a shame we couldn't do anything with our beef." and i said, "well, why couldn't we?" and so ultimately we started pursuing the grass-fed beef, and it fit right in with the whole conservation solution for the property. >> it's fun. it's a picnic every day. you know, we love it. it's a beautiful place and a great place to work. >> so from the shadow of their famous neighbor, the hearst ranch is stepping into the spotlight these days with their brand-few grass-fed beef operation. grazing on rolling hills with picturesque views, the hearst beef is billed as nothing being added but their history, and it's true. the cattle thrive on nutrient-rich native grasses that have been there since the days of william randolph hearst, and toda
. >> jon: it did for a second seem like steve croft was looking to buy some chinese workers. i picked up a couple of chinese guys for $10,000 each. good deal? no, what? 60 minutes is so stuffy. give me a news man i can relate to. >> a lot of items about the health and well being including the fact that full-on -- facebook can full-on bum you out. >> jon: thank you bra. talk to me in the language of the youth which makes me feel good because we're both very, very old. what about facebook puts us at risk for the bumming. >> researchers call it facebook envy. it's the act of viewing your friends fabulous vacations, lovely children, attractive friends and great social lives. the research showed it can leave people feeling lonely, frustrated and angry. [ laughter ] >> jon: i'm not a doctor, but if you get upset because other people are happy, it seems your problem might not be facebook but that you are an (bleep). [ laughter ] who are these (bleep)? >> the study looked at german college students. one out of three of them said that they had feelings, specific feelings such as anger, frustratio
. becky quick is under the weather. hope you feel better. joe is off, steve leaseman here, as well. our guest this hour, yahoo! finance senior columnist steven kohey. a lot to discuss about the markets. stocks rallying to wipe out most of the previous session losses. check out the so-called ear gauge. the vix as we call it, tumbling below 14. then in the next hour, something a little different on "squawk box" this morning. we're going to be joined on set by three well-known names on wall street. blair ephron, roger altman. and honeywell chief david cody y. these guys? all three have been sitting in on regular conference calls with the white house. they're among the leaders the obama administration is turning to for advice on everything from the deficit to taxes to the broader economy. >>> then, after we talk to them, they're going to paint a picture for us, we're going to turn to two powerful investors for insight into what the conversation in washington means for the broader markets. cowen and company ceo jeff solomon will join us, and the bond king, bill gross. first, steve will bring
steve with all of that versatile greenery is bay area legend armanino foods. in business since the 1920s when the family supplied fresh vegetables and herbs to the growing italian community in san francisco, they are now the leader in fresh-from-the-farm pesto, all thanks to a special recipe for success. >> recipe for pesto actually started with my grandmother, and we thought it was a great product, but no one knew about it. and so, we tried it @nd processed, brought it to the supermarket, and it started to work out. >> the armanino family says the first year, they sold only 1,000 or so cases. but now, they are shipping upwards of a million cases annually. and they attribute much of their success to their special connection to agriculture. >> a lot of people don't realize just about everything you eat today, you knop, originates on the farm. a lot of people don't even consider that or don't think about it. whether it's a cupcake or whether it's a hamburger, whether it's bread, everything starts on the farm. >> everything we eat does, indeed, start on the farm, including basil as the main
, apparently. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: i say we crown steve and terri weaver america's luckiest couple. yep, that's not one check from the lottery. that's two. here's what happened. heading to their cabin last weekend, the weavers stopped at the citgo in pangburn and bought some scratch cards. >> and it said one m-i-l. and finally it dawned on me that meant $1 million. >> reporter: next day, they went back into town and bought somewhere. it was terri's turn. >> i'd give anything if i had a picture of her face right then. and i said, yeah, sure, terri. i won a million dollars yesterday and you're going to try and steal my thunder. >> reporter: not quite. but terri bagged another 50 grand. the chance of that? one in billions. but rules are there to be broken -- odds are there to be cheated. frano selak survived a train wreck, a plane crash, four horrific car accidents, a bus crash and getting hit by a bus. then, age 74, bought a lottery ticket and won a million bucks. now, the weaver's. and terri's tried, but failed to spend even a little money. >> i was at the mall yesterday afte
care about. >> going back to steve's point and the reality of this, how do you convince democrats to both protect the programs that you are talking about and not worry so much about entitlement reform or sort of stick to their idea of entitlement without giving one or the other up? >> it's an important question and i am glad you asked that. one thing we have to think about is what we need to take care of. the fastest growing segment of the population right now. those who are 65 and older. when we are talking about that, i don't like to use the word entitlements. what we are talking about is our parents and grandparents going to be able to care for themselves after they stop working and will they have a health care they need? it's something we have to talk about and how we take care of the needs of our elderly as the fastest growing population. this is one of the things that suggested what we should do is slow down. we should take these measures that are requiring us to speed up and make fast decisions when we have time to figure out how to do it right and how to do it in a way to
for former spokesperson for president george w. bush and steve camerota, center for immigration studies. what do you think about this idea that immigration reform would help reduce the deficit. do you buy that? >> you know, ieally don't. not under president obama and his sort of spend habits. but what i do think is goi to happen when you look at congress, they're going to view this immigration reform package and figure out a way, they will need to figure out a way to make it as revenue neutral as possible or reduce deficits. there will be a cost associated with implementing any form of this immigration reform. in 2006 we saw the cbo came out saying that the plan that president bush had proposed was going to basically raise e deficit $18 billion. but again, there will be questions that need to be hammered out with the deils of an immigration reform package. melissa: christian, it is so hard to quantify what this really means. if you make more immigrants legal, that is more stress on the system. they will use more social services but it is also a higher tax base. how do you think it net as it n
. joe walsh is out there today with a new political action committee. steve king and paul broun are howling in fury that big shots like karl rove are saying who should be the republican nominees and who shouldn't. today it was eric cantor's turn. the young dick nixon of the gop house is now saying he wants change. trouble is what he's said before and where he talked today. the super hawk of the party gave his manifesto at the city's nonprofit war room, the american enterprise institute. what he came out for, some new dedegree that colleges have to conduct employment surveys to say what jobs there are for history majors, english majors, you name it. i guess he wants to cut down on these people taking liberal subjects in college that allow you to think and express yourself. he sounds like he wants the federal government to have become a helicopter mom hovering over all of us. and they say democrats are intervening in people's live. what will republicans do next to try to deflect from their history of starting unnecessary wars, chasing minorities and others from the polling places.
-up to the second world war. here's steve mclaughlin yesterday frustrated with how quickly the gun control bill was passed. >> we're told to shupt up and vote. that's what this is about. don't question it. just vote. that's the message here. hitler would be proud. mussolini would be proud of what we did here. but that's not democracy. >> there you have it. a few hours later he released a video apology calling his statement an honest mistake. >>> finally, republicans refusing to attend president obama's state of the union address georgia congressman paul broun for example typically stays in his office hooked to his twitter account. where will steve pierce be during the address? his announcement yesterday, public hearing on the chicken is the same day of the state of the union. pearce will be attending a meeting on a chicken to the endangerered species list. >>> and their top staffers would rather forget. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. i'm lorenzo. i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal serviceĀ®, works for
twice. listen, the pair got lucky with scratchoff tickets. the winning for steve and terry weaver started saturday when steve bought a $1 million scratchoff and won. but the weavers were right on target, feeling so lucky the next day that terry bought a scratchoff. she won $50,000 off of that one. they say they were afraid to chaim their winnings, actually saying they thought it could rise some eyebrows because someone would say, you both won during the same weekend. dism i thought we'd have to take a lie detector test and put our hand on a bible. >> the weavers say they plan to investment the money, so they're going to be smart with their finances. >> i want to travel down to arkansas and buy my tickets where they buy them. >> absolutely. >>reporter: it is now time for "caption this." we post these to the abc 2 facebook page and allow you to caption them. this is the ohara family, i actually got to meet them at the raven's parade yesterday. this is natalie and hailey. frank wrote world champs, katie, her caption was oh, oh, oh, oh, and we heard that downtown a lot yesterday cove
numbers. on the technical side is the managing partner at bell point. on the fundamental point it's steve cortes founder of veracruz and cnbc contributor. did i read this correctly, you shorted disney? >> listen, it's not easy to fight a stock that has it at an all-time high but this has gotten very frothy. as a disclaimer i have to admit that i took the disney cruise with my kids a few years ago. let me tell you something it was hell on the water. got the norovirus. i would rather have been on the endurance stuck in the ice than on that boat, but aside from that, i do have real world reasons outside of my own experience to fight disney one, a fundamental one and technical one even though i'm supposed to be the fundamental guy. the fundamental reason is falling wages. wage growth is tepid at best in this economy. b of a put a report out that this week with high gasoline prices and falling wages that's a toxic recipe going forward and the second reason, and when i look at apple versus disney, these two stocks until roughly thanksgiving traded very much in unison and we've seen a very we we
not close any branches currently open on the weekends. of course, the cuts in service mean fewer jobs. steve sensteve steve centanni. >> reporter: vermont independent bernie sanders said this will send the post office into a death spiral. white house press secretary jay carney received to prefer a more comprehensive approach to postal reform. >> it would be our preference that that package of reforms be implemented for the sake of a stronger future of the postal service. we're looking at this particular action now and, you know, i can't really evaluate it yet since we just found out about it yesterday. >> republicans largely applaud the post office for bein propro active in the face of difficult budget constraints. >> the congress in its wisdom has tied their hands every which waylly run the post office in a revenue newt nl way. congress needs to afnlgt no question about that. >> the post office has taken the initiative and is looking for ways to cut costs and looking at ways of saving $2 billion. it doesn't get us all the way there, but it's a good start. >> that's just a sampling of some o
't get a line on it. steve in florida. steve? >> caller: hello? >> hi, steve, you're up. >> caller: okay. b-b-b-boo-yah. >> i'm liking that completely. >> caller: i got blackrock kelso. >> i don't know blackrock kelso. no, i don't know it. i've got to do homework on it. let's go to john in washington. john? >> caller: boo-yah to the all-seeing, all-knowing great jim cramer. >> well, thank you. >> caller: you're the best, baby. you're entertaining and informative just like you say. >> i sure try. >> caller: i want to give your eagles a kudos for picking that oregon coach. he's a winner. >> chip kelly, i like him. breaking that story with mort, what's up? go ahead. >> caller: dvax. >> we said it was a speck, it is coming back, it's now up a dollar from where it blew up. i want to stay long dvax. barbara in illinois, please, barbara? >> caller: yes, sir. >> go ahead, barb. >> caller: jim, i have a question about cognizant technology. >> oh, i like that. and i like it a lot, but you know what? i saw an opportunity today, bill mcdermott's s.a.p. he's co-ceo, down from 83.60 to 80. pull the tr
-swiss border. as steve kroft reported in september 2008, although equipment malfunctions delayed the start of its operations, scientists were confident the collider could achieve its goal: replicate what the universe was like a few nanoseconds after it was created. [bells jingling] [bleating] >> under the meadows and mountains outside geneva, switzerland, 9,000 physicists from all over the world had been taking part in one of the biggest, most ambitious scientific collaborations in history. it's being conducted in a vast, subterranean laboratory carved out of earth and bedrock under two different countries. >> here you can see all the local power distribution-- >> and it's pushed the limits of technology beyond state of the art, towards the boundaries of science fiction. >> the key feature is the superconducting solenoid. >> it's called the large hadron collider, a massive scientific instrument that took 20 years to create and cost $8 billion. >> this is really one big magnet. >> scientist austin ball, who helped build it, gave us a tour of the experiment before they sealed it up and began
standards then publicly known for drug -- drone attacks. here is steve kingston. and under what exact circumstances will the u.s. government authorized the killing of an american citizen abroad? but the answers are here. it is a 16-page memo written by the lawyers of the justice department, as requested by congress. it is a document that is not strictly classified, but it was not meant to become public. what these lawyers do here is justified is targeted killing of american citizens who have worked with or parts of al qaeda and expense various groups. that is the justification if they pose a an immense threat to america. it provides a very elastic definition of what is an imminent threat. you do not need to know this is a bit of who, what, where, and when of a particular plot against america. it is enough for these individuals to be linked to al qaeda because of a continuing threat against america. >> popeyes ybarra alice responded to the release of this memo? >> -- how how's the white house responded to the release of this memo? >> the white house, as you can imagine, has said that i
each individual troop to adopt its own policy on the issue. >> reporter: boy scout steve tenet and his 16-year-old son christopher have been involved in the last five years. they're straight but don't like the policy excluding gays. >> i have a huge problem with that. >> what did you learn when you found that a local troop threw out a kid because he was gay? >> i was shocked. shocked and amazed. appalled. i couldn't believe it. >> the teen thrown out last october was 18-year-old ryan andresne who was about to become an eagle scout. >> it's totally devastating. >> i can't imagine ever doing that to a boy, but that's what this policy would have me do. >> but others in scouting about washing about the quick change. >> we were caught completely off guard with it. we've had a policy that's been in place for over a hundred years that seems to have functioned for the most part soundly. >> reporter: in a letter to the boy scout board of directors, godfrey's council urged that voting on the change be delayed. the tenents hour say they're ready to accept gays. >> there's a 16-year-old going on a
to those games as a teenager and raising my own children on joe montana and steve young, you can just imagine how exciting this game was. >> congresswoman pelosi's district covers that and she was in new orleans for the game. >>> what will go down as one of the easiest drug busts of all time. we'll explain that. you are watching wusa9. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> a segment of the population not known for getting regular health checkups is getting help from an unlikely place. this barber shop in los angeles offers african american customers a blood pressure check. doctors at cedar hospital taught the owner how to take the readings, evaluate them, and make referrals to the doctors. >> the average man with high blood pressure in this barber shop comes every six weeks to get their haircut. i think him a nice doctor. i never had that much in my practice. >> no kidding. an estimated 40% of african americans have
. climber steve smith from sydney, australia was practicing avalanche rescue techniques with a group when all of a sudden this starts coming down mount dixon. looks like an avalanche, except this is rocks. >> oh, my god! oh -- ah -- ah. >> you saw that little red shack right there? that is where the group of climbers were staying. this is 650 feet away. almost taking that thing down and the group with it. >> man is that is nasty. now video came out last month of this same rock slide from above. pictures that gives you the idea of the size of this thing. look at that. >> nothing of this size has happened at this national park in 20 years. the largest recent rock fall happened in 1991 they said that thing was what happened in recent force. you have to imagine what did this group of climbers do? >> the next day they had to be air lifted out of there. nobody was hurt, but they got dangerously close to these rocks. >> no my god. >> oh, ah, ah. >> i think we can agree that pilots are skilled individuals especially when they have to fly in conditions like this. these are coming into the airport
the wife of steve carrell's character. >> ready for brand new lore. disney confirming it will make a number of star wars spin-off films. this in addition to jj abe grams trilogy already in the works. no word yet which characters will be involved. more want to hear about that one. country music fans today youtube will announce a new channel called country now and it features nashville's best tunes concerts and company. check it out, country now. >>> now for the starting lineup the top sports stories. olympic champion lindsey vaughn in a terrifying crash. she tore two leg ams in her knee and broke her leg. she was air lifted to the hospital. they expect her to recover just in time for the winter olympics next year. thousands of fans celebrating the ravens super bowl win. wading through on throats afloa trucks. olympic champion michael phelps crying his eyes out along side his mom at the super bowl. you can see phelps is a baltimore native and a huge ravens fan. he's also good friends with ray lewis. phelps said he was so happy he couldn't help it. >> that's sweet. >> you got to like a guy who
of al-qaeda as that practice faces new questions. let's bring in the panel, steve hies and charles krauthammer. well as we know white paper obama administration was leaked. we know more of the legal parameters that the administration cites for the use of drones to attack and to kill american citizens. the target must be and target must be a, quote, senior operational leader that poses an imminent threat and the decision could be made by informed high level official of the u.s. government. steve, do those seem reasonable guidelines? >> any time you have the u.s. governmental killing a u.s. citizen without due process it would have to give you pause. if you look the way president obama, he demagogued the issue in the campaign and things he said afterwards, there is tremendous amount of hypocrisy from the white house. we are talking about by the administration over water boarding enhanced interrogations where you would be subjecting a non-u.s. citizen to interrogations versus this kind of killing of american citizen. i think there is a lot of hypocrisy involved. just because it's hypo
? within one hour, host steve ducey, kwent inwent into damage mode. >>> a facelift for the site? really? >> showing off this glamorous new face. faceli facelift, perhaps? >> that doesn't sound like a facelift for the web site to me. especially when you're showing a split screen of hillary's face from the new site compared to a photo of her label two weeks ago. i think it's time to send out a new tweet. the only appearance they should be worrying about at fox is their own. did they think we wouldn't say their sexist about face? nice try, nice try. but face this fact. we gotchya. [ male announcer ] here's a word that could give you peace of mind. unbiased. some brokerage firms are. but way too many aren't. some of the ones that push mutual funds with their names on them -- aren't. why? because selling their funds makes them more money. which makes you wonder -- isn't that a conflict? am i in the best fund for me, or them? search "proprietary mutual funds". yikes, it's best for them. then go to e-trade. we've got over 8,000 mutual funds and not one of them has our name on it. why? because
being brought in, getting the call steve rattner and your first reaction was what? >> my first reaction was no. i know nothing about cars. i can drive one. i can start one and drive and that's it. liz: why were you the right guy for what is now indelibly marked in our history at a time when general motors almost went entirely under and disappeared? >> i'm not sure i was the right guy but it worked out okay. so maybe i was. but i had worked at a big company. a unionized company. he had worked there a long time. gm was a big company. i knew something about organizations and people. so maybe that's why i got the call. liz: you also two into your early history. that was you grew up thinking you would work for the railroads just like your dad. >> i did. liz: it has been an interesting journey certainly to become one of the top corporate leaders in a free market world and therefore, why did you go along with a government bailout which is the antithesis letting the free market take over in this case? >> well, for a couple reasons. my family had grown up with gm cars. my first car was a chevrol
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